Open This Door: Almost 4,000 Sunny Square Feet, Only $277,000 with Opendoor

You are sure going to want to Open the Door of this charmer at 8029 Dusty Way, Fort Worth, that proves how darn tootin’ much house you can have in Texas for, well, dust. Or maybe peanuts. Proof right here: this two-story Fort Worth wonder listed with Opendoor, the San Francisco-based startup that is disrupting the real estate biz by re-defining the way some folks might want to sell their homes, is listed for $277,000.

Opendoor says they can transform a more-than-two month process into an instant and frictionless experience. Instead of dealing with the hassle of listing and showings, upfront costs and repairs, negotiating with multiple parties, and the risk of the home not closing, homeowners who want to sell can visit Opendoor.com, receive a guaranteed Opendoor offer, and complete their sale in a few clicks. This is one of those homes. Previously, the home was listed with DFW Fine Properties for more than 124 days at $245,000. Actually, the home had been on the market since April of 2015, before it was purchased by Opendoor. So it appears these sellers finally had a great option to sell their home!

Opendoor is the company for people who don’t want to mess with the time and effort it takes to sell a home. And real estate agents are definitely part of the deal!

Located in a neat neighborhood, on a tidy corner lot with enough green to keep the lawnmower humming, 8029 Dusty Way’s floor plan features three total living areas, including a spacious upstairs game room. (I kid you not!) The kitchen is one of the sunniest I’ve seen (especially in this price range) and boasts granite countertops, a solid island, stainless steel appliances, including a built-in fridge. The master is enormous, has a vaulted ceilings and a spa-like bath ensuite. All full baths (three and a half!) have granite countertops. Did we tell you one, two, three FOUR bedrooms?

And location: Accessible by the Chisholm Trail Parkway or a short drive to Benbrook Lake, CP Hadley Park, and the Walmart Neighborhood Market. Plus the biggest benefit of all: It’s in Fort Worth!